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. that is why 26 -- excuse me, that is why the twin peaks this play is so important. -- display is so important. we have to help educate others and present -- and prevent it from happening again. what happened during the holocaust must never be repeated. [applause] >> to illustrate that that same kind of it hatred -- same kind of hatred exists, we would like to welcome mr. christopher to talk about his efforts in uganda, where they try to have legislation to execute days. [applause] -- execute gays. >> what has been happening in you gonjeh. -- in uganda, in the old days of the yemen persecution of the homosexuals. homosexuality in uganda can be punished by death, hanging. and imprisonment for life. and for those who have called for homosexuality, they will be in prison for a number of years. and a woman cannot be a homosexual or else she will be punished. it will be very difficult -- the execution of the people in uganda. we thought that this bill had been forgotten or thrown out. but the support that we heard from all over the world since 2009. it has been revived. some of the leaders are behi
the rangers 15-8. >>> to minneapolis now, in the fifth, the twins' denard span made a leaping catch at the wall to rob alex rios of a home run. and jamey carroll, the sac fly to left and alexi casilla beat the throw at the plate. final there twins 7-6. >>> in cincinnati, the reds started off hot against the padres, jumping in front 3-0. in the fifth, a double to the wall drove in three runs. the padres rolled past cincinnati 11-5, snapping the reds' ten-game win streak. >>> this has got to hurt. in seattle, the mariners' jesus montero nailed the second-base umpire right in the side. oh! he tried to get out of the way. took a while, but he finally got back on his feet. he's doing just fine. mariners, by the way, beat the blue jays 4-1. >>> at the cubs game in chicago, a very shaky wedding proposal. see this guy right here? his name is greg. he was going to propose to his girlfriend, erica, in the fifth inning. pops up on the giant screen, but she's out getting beers and completely misses the whole thing. he's bummed out, but he saves the day the old-fashioned way, getting down on his
of californians. backers of the twin tunnels and water will enter the new tis tim -- is tim before reaching the delta. opponents fear it will hurt the environment. coming up how this has put governor brown at odds with another heavy weight. >> and san francisco has a first ever two year budget in place and it's a balanced one. he signed a $7 billion spending plan this morning. signs good thanks to increased revenues. the city closed a $263 million deficit and increased funding for services and police and fire will be able to hire more personnel and supervisors say it makes them think long term. >> it allows them to say what do we think it's going to look like? and i think the city does that successfully in this budget for the first time by putting funding into our reserves. >> there are $30 million going into the city reserves. kblinls more set aside. >> that is a good budget news for a change. >> it's rare. >> yes. and let's check on the forecast now. >> there is spencer christian here with that for us. >> another mainly sunny day. there are clouds gathering and lurking near the coast. so
years ago. >> good evening. the governor wants a massive twin tunnel system built to withstand critical areas of the state with water calling for giant pumping stations to help carry water from sacramento river and san joaquin river delta to farmland and cities. supporters promise a destroyable source of water, opponents argue it could destroy fragile eco systems. >> this u.s. interior secretary calls the plan essential, but it might have reignited one. with the blessing of the obama administration, governor brown says he's figured out how to fix the sacramento, san joaquin river delta problems. water from northern california can be delivered to farmlands of central valleys and southern california. with three new pumps diverting water from the northern end, it involves building a massive twin tunnel system under the dealta, then hooking up with existing aqua ducts. water users would pay for the nearly $14 billion construction and tax payers bearing the cost of habitat restoration through an $11
about. it was amazing to us. it's a pair of twins that were ready to be born. and mom and dad, maybe not were ready for them yet. dragged their feet on the way to the hospital. twins born on two different highways in two different towns. is that possible? >> wow. >> take a look. newborns gavin and deklin anderson are twins. but you could say they're twins born worlds apart. or towns apart. when her water broke saturday, she and her husband, brian, hopped into the car on new york's long island. and started racing to the hospital. the mother, with this warning. >> you better go. i don't want to have the baby on the northern state parkway. >> reporter: to her credit, she didn't. she made it to the next highway. >> i was twisted behind the seat like this. >> reporter: shortly after pulling on the highway, anderson went into labor. >> it was hard to dial 911. >> reporter: with an ambulance sent by dispatchers, she delivered baby gavin, in massapequa, new york. with gavin, he was loaded in the ambulance. just moments later, the ambulance pulled over in east meadow, where baby deklin was bo
for a least $1.4 million to lenient. but the the twin bed and of and fred sink a small kitchen tables as a reporter joe vasquez has the skinny on the shoebox apartment. san francisco smallest apartment could soon get even smaller. >>> it is a little cramped. patrick kennedy of the firm shows the life-size model of the department by the state is a little smaller than the one being opposed for san francisco. they're about the to thousand college students every year. we can build several thousand new units of housing specifically for that demographic idd student in the single techies. runners live in decent housing conditions. audi's and would-be if the tiny apartment becomes the new affordable housing. >>> were concerned about is the president. that it's ok for people to live-in ice the shoebox apartments. please make sure they're building diverse housing scar winner has proposed any changes his colleagues will decide that his supervisors baez's meeting two weeks from today. >>> is your love the giants you were disappointed. from kansas city bennet is next. history repeated itself to
's new water plan. the proposal calls for twin tunnels that with will draw water before it gets to the dell . governor drown -- the governor sees those tunnels as vital. some fear this tunnels would devastate the delta. the delta provides drinking water for 2/3 of the state's population. water users would pay for the 14 billion dollar cost of the new tunnels. >>> work on new transbay center in downtown san francisco in full swing. the site will have to be excavated to 55 feet to accommodate high speed rail and caltrain atler levels three busy streets run across the site. first, fremont and beale streets will have to become temporary bridges to allow for all that digging half of the construction is devoted to excavation above ground structures will begin rising in 2014. >>> gorgeous afternoon yesterday. >> yeah, cooler but we liked it. >>> absolutely. today almost the same and tomorrow then warm once again summer not out of forecast yet temperatures below average for the better part of the next couple of days. good morning everybody welcome to thursday we are looking at cloud cov
, >> since you can't go to mars nasa is >>> today at 4:00, these twins were born in two different countries, we'll explain. and then at 5 what is behind explosion of cell phone surveillance? those stories and more later today. >>> finally, this morning nasa released new stunning picture of mars. >> the image was pieced together using 817 snaps taken by the mars explorer opportunity over four months. >> nasa says the images emphasize the differences between materials in the scene. >> scientists dubbed it the next best thing to being on the planet. >> meteorologist lisa argen one final check on weather. >>> look at temperatures right now they range from the 50s in the city with mist and drizzle, 83 in antioch, 64 around san jose. monterey sunshine we are planning on a 90 inland valleys, heat comes tomorrow and wednesday for inland valleys. >>> that is going to do it for us. >> who wants to be a millionaire is next. >> reminder, just like abc7 news on facebook and you can make a difference for bay area foster kids in need. for every new like we get this summer one dollar goes to the summer one
, >> since >>> today at 4:00, these twins were born in two different countries, we'll explain. and then at 5 what is behind explosion of cell phone surveillance? those stories and more later today. >>> finally, this morning nasa released new stunning picture of mars. >> the image was pieced together using 817 snaps taken by the mars explorer opportunity over four months. >> nasa says the images emphasize the differences between materials in the scene. >> scientists dubbed it the next best thing to being on the planet. >> meteorologist lisa argen one final check on weather. >>> look at temperatures right now they range from the 50s in the city with mist and drizzle, 83 in antioch, 64 around san jose. monterey sunshine we are planning on a 90 inland valleys, heat comes tomorrow and wednesday for inland valleys. >>> that is going to do it for us. >> who wants to be a millionaire is next. >> reminder, just like abc7 news on facebook and you can make a difference for bay area foster kids in need. for every new like we get this summer one dollar goes to the summer one dollar goes to the sleep trai
the cathedral of st. john the baptist. only the exterior walls and twin spires survived, but the church was quickly restored to breathtaking splendor. savannah's home to the nation's oldest black baptist congregation, as well as one of the oldest jewish congregations. the organist at this church wrote a song for thanksgiving. it was an instant hit, and we still sing it today, but at christmastime. the song is "jingle bells"... though it's hard to imagine sleighs dashing through the snow in steamy savannah. for "teen kids news," i'm lauren. >> we'll see you next time on "teen kids news." >> thanks for watching. have a great week. >> here's a shout-out to pr newswire for including "teen kids news" on their big screen in times square, new york city. >> on behalf of everyone here at "teen kids news," we want to give a special thanks to all of our military overseas. >> announcer: the following program is a paid advertisement for the food lovers fat loss system, brought to you by provida life sciences-- practical solutions for better living. >> i'm annette, i'm from studio city, california. i
city. [applause] all of us are probably walking with all of you. we will be looking up to the twin peaks and seeing the bright colors identifying this mark, remembering what it means, educating other generations. i have to admit, when i looked down on this hill, i also got other memories. we had to get the goats up here. i am still seeing these dotes on the hillside. where are they? [laughter] patrick, thank you again for all of the effort to clean this up. you see these busloads of visitors who are wondering what it is and they get educated on the meaning of our city. the other thing i want to say -- nancy pelosi has been such a wonderful leader triet -- leader. it has been through her efforts, following her, when the federal government was unable to provide the funds to have enough money for hiv, the state, all of her efforts, the budget was not there. we had a little bit of luck in san francisco. we followed their leadership and we made those cuts with the wonderful relationship of the mayor's office working with all of the members of the board of supervisors. that is how we wor
but no matter what it is called controversy might as well be the middle name. the governor wants a massive twin tunnel system built to supply critical areas of the state with water. the plan calls for giant pumping stations to help carry water from the sacramento river and san joaquin river delta to farmland and cities. supporters promise a reliable source of water. opponents argue it could destroy fragile eco systems. nannette miranda is in sacramento with the story. >> reporter: with the blessing of the obama administration, governor jerry brown says he figured out how to fix the sacramento san joaquin river delta problems so water from northern california can be delivered to the farmlands of the central valley and thirsty cities of southern california with three new pumps that divert water from the northern end instead of the southern end it involves building a massive twin tunnel system under the delta south of sacramento and then hooking them up with existing aquaducts. water users would pay for the $14 billion construction of the tunnels and taxpayers would pay the cost of habitat restora
. on the morning of march 12th, they set acourse for cooper island at a site known as the twin wrecks. keith royal has been down to the twin wrecks hundreds of times. >> there are two wrecks sitting right next to each other, bow to stern and there's a gap between them. >> david swain and his friend christian were both certified scuba instructors. and shelley tyre was no novice. in her logbook she had recorded over 350 dives. now, divers with comparable experience will tell you that diving the twin wreck site with the nice, flat sandy bottom, great visibility is about as challenging as a walk in the park on a sunny day. at about noon that day, the caribbean soul tied up at the twin wrecks, and in a sometimes tourist ocean, they would have the dive site all to themselves. then david and shelley made their dive plan. >> this particular time it was decided that we'd go down first, shelley and i. >> david swain says she and shelley made a routine entry into the water and then made their way down over the reef and over to the twin wreck site. >> she went off with her slates and started counting fish and
a 35 mi. long twin tunnel from the sacramento river to tracy with the idea to send water to homes in l.a. and farmers in the central valley. >> it also calls for the restoration of delta habitats >> the estimated price tag is about $23 million or more. this morning we sat down with a skeptic who is the assistant manager of the contra costa water district will really be affected by this. i asked him how this plan differs from the peripheral canal that was proposed and blocked in the 1980's. >> that was 25,000 cubic foot per second canal that would do the same thing taking water from the north to the south. this morning, the flow in the sacramento river is about 21,000 cubic feet per second. reposal is to use tunnel's instead of a canal and go under the delta and 9000 cubic feet per second so it is considerably size down but the most important thing about the plan is how it would be operated and that is unspecified. we don't know how would be operated, we don't know yet what the water supply benefit to southern california is. the current plan could even give them less water than they get
ken salazar. the twin tunnels would carry -- the governor says the pipeline would make the water supply more stable while protecting fish from the delta's pumps. >> we know very definitely about climate change and we know with the faster snow melt, that these levees can be overwhelmed and we also know the levees can't be fixed in the way some of the critics are recommending and we also know the seismic threat is real. >> remember the movie "field of dreams" if you build it, they'll use it. build the tunnel and it will be used some day and it will be -- >> they say the pipeline would destroy delta habitats. fewer felons are skipping out on probation under the state's new realignment system. nearly 40,000 inmail inmates wed to could have been jails or released. under the new system, 4% of felons failed to report to their probation officers. under the old system, it was 14%. convicts have extra incentive to play by the rules, they can be released from supervision after three months if they don't have any further infractions. >>> 80-year-old william ayers, former head of the american
. >>. ♪ [ music ] . >> they are from austria sharing the stage with singers from indonesia. and from twin cities in minnesota. 19 choirs celebrating the 20th anniversary of the coral festival. >> it's so rich in experience for the kids in terms of hearing other great levels of singing and music from different cultures with different ways of singing. >> each chorus showcases it's culture, this is serious business. they're in competition. many languages and accents. they've come from around the world yet share something in common. that is music. >> we talk about music but we all have same interests. talking about boys and clothes, favorite colors and everything. >> talking about our experience in the choir and talking about when we're going to perform. >> they're hosted in homes while here. >> they offer their home to us for us to be here. i think it's amazing. >> it leads to lasting friendship autos some members who are now in their 40s are still corresponding with people they met when their 12 or 13. >> the concert is saturday night. >> they sound good. >> they do. >> temperatures going to be cl
: and it was that final cycle that got the clinton family results, twins. >> plenty of results. >> amazing results. >> yes, we're finished with results. >> despite the demand from couples looking to be parents, these loan companies have generated a bit of criticism. some worry about conflicts of interest. >> you really have to be a little bit careful because you've got vulnerable, desperate people who want to hear there's some answer to their prayer. i worry they're not going to listen to that interest rate, they're not going to really hear what the failure and success rate is. >> there are dozens of fertility financing companies popping up around the company and interest rates vary. here they vary from 9% to 13%. >> we have interest rates to stay in business. >> another concern is that doctors may push the loans on patients in order to secure more business. dr. robert stillman has less than a 2% equity ownership in the company behind says it's a win-win situation. >> with the more patients we are able to see, if we can be successful, then we would makei. so that's a win. but it also comes as a win to the
to address the twin issues of cost and coverage. that is exactly what has begun to happen over the last two years. the law's first principle is very simple. if you have come. coverage, you can keep it. for the 260 million americans with insurance today, the main change is that they will get more security. the law puts in place new insurance rolls, and many of those are already in place, prohibiting insurers from capping the coverage or canceling it without cause if someone gets sick. preventive care is now free for 54 million americans with private plans. there are new limits on how much of your premium insurance companies can spend on overhead costs like ceo bonuses. as a result, starting this summer, about 13 million americans will get rebates from their insurance companies. you heard me correctly. insurance companies are actually sending money back to their customers thanks to the new role. -- rule. affordable care act does not cut medicare benefits. in fact, the program -- the program is more robust than ever. new benefits have been added for seniors. the law has begun to close the insu
the list. one of the miller twins has a hearing problem. but she got a lyric in her life and everything changed. which one? you'll never know because the lyric is in her ear. 100% invisible. you can't see it, and it's the only device that works round the clock with zero daily hassle. no batteries to change. no taking off and putting on everyday. sound good? call 1-800-511-5080 now. this is the lyric. it's teeny. lyric fits comfortably at the sweet spot right next to your ear drum to minimize background noise and deliver truly natural sound quality. in fact. 95% of users prefer lyric sound quality to their old hearing aid. now the miller twin with lyric can hear and do most everything her sister does 24/7. an invisible hearing aid is wonderful. finding one with zero daily hassle - too good to pass up. call 1-800-511-5080 right now and ask about your risk free 30 day trial. get a lyric in your life. >>> in just a matter of moments mississippi's only abortion clinic will learn its fate as a new law is threatening to shut is down. the law requires abortion doctors to be board certified with
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pick up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> a san jose elementary schoolteacher has been behind bars for a month, accused of molesting second and third graders in his classroom. but this case could get much bigger. >> today prosecutors zeroed in on a second person they're also holding responsible, the principal at the time. here's more on why she's become the latest focus of this investigation. >> reporter: the prosecutors are saying that the principal first heard the allegations of child molestation back in the fall, did her own, quote, investigation, and concluded nothing was wrong. but they say at the end of the police investigation, a totalle of five girls have come forward saying they have been molested by the same teacher. >> mr. chandler was blindfolding the children within the classroom and we believe that he was sexual assaulting them. >> prosecutors say part of the accusation of child molestation against 35-year-old teacher craig chandler was relayed to the acting
in minimum wage. bruce gross recently lost his construction job. now he's raising his twin boys and daughter on $7.25 an hour. >> i can't even raise my kids or my family on that type of money. i have to go through months of deciding whether to pay bills or get food. >> reporter: current minimum wage is $7.25. part of rebuild america act, which calls for infrastucture to create new jobs. partially paid for by increasing taxes on the wealthiest americans. >> we're struggling to get to the middle. and i feel like they should be thinking, oh, how can we help? >> reporter: there's no question, middle class families are falling behind. their salaries have increased 35% in the last foury decade -- four decades, while the wealthiest has seen a 278% increase. >> it is absolutely destroying the very health of our democracy. >> cindy walsh is an activist. >> we will continue to see if if this if we do not put our foot down to the idea of free market and globalization being the answer to domestic hiring. >> reporter: president obama and democrats support raising the minimum wage, while mitt romney and c
packed city hall. brses bruce gross recently lost his construction job. now he's raising his twin boys and daughter on $7.95 an hour. >> i can't raise my family on that kind of money. i go through making decisions on whether to get food. >> it is calling for a raise. it is tied for the rebuild america act. can -- partially paid for by increasing taxes on the wealthiest americans. minimum wage supporters are calling for action now. >> we're struggling to get to the middle. and i feel like they should be thinking, how can we help? >> reporter: there's no question middle class families are falling behind. their salaries have increased 35% in of the last four decades, while the wealthy have seen a 278% increase. >> it is absolutely destroying the very fiber of our de -- democracy. >> we will see this continue if we do not put our foot down to this idea of free market and globalization globalization as being an answer to domestic hiring. >> reporter: president obama and democrats support raising the minimum wage, while mitt romney and congressional republicans do not. they claim it could sl
and check this out between the rangers and the twins. >> a huge thunder clap in arlington had the players scrambling for the dug out. football player s who have stayed where they were. nobody was hurt. this is abc7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. you lived in texas, you know. when it strikes you need to get under it. >> football players standing by the posts, you run faster. >> thanks, shu. >>> still ahead, a look back at the career of ernest borgnine. >> and politicians lay blame for the recession. >> and don't forget, if you like abc7 news on facebook, you can make a difference for bay area foster kids. for every new like $1 goes to the campaign >>> good evening. i'm ama dates. >> and i'm alan wang. at least five people have been wounded in a shooting outside the regal movie theater outside jack london square. it happened before 9:30 in oakland. none of the injuries are life-threatening. >> it has been a day of fires in the bay area. this one burned 20 acres of brush in bay point. firefighters battled high temperatures and gusty winds throughout the day. >> and a fire
between the rangers and the twins. >> a huge thunder clap in arlington had the players scrambling for the dug out. football player s who have stayed where they were. nobody was hurt. this is abc7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. you lived in texas, you know. when it strikes you need to get under it. >> football players standing by the posts, you run faster. >> thanks, shu. >>> still ahead, a look back at the career of ernest borgnine. >> and politicians lay blame for the recession. >> and don't forget, if you like abc7 news on facebook, you can make a difference for bay area foster kids. for every new like $1 goes to the campaign >>> good evening. i'm ama dates. >> and i'm alan wang. at least five people have been wounded in a shooting outside the regal movie theater outside jack london square. it happened before 9:30 in oakland. none of the injuries life-threatening. >> it has been a day of fires in the bay area. this one burned 20 acres of brush in bay point. firefighters battled high temperatures and gusty winds throughout the day. >> and a fire burning out of
up in less time. i love that book! can you believe the twin did it? ♪ [ female announcer ] swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. ♪ >>> this morning on "today's style," five ways to wear a little white tee. most of us spend more time than we liked standing in front of the closet wondering what the wear. if you have a white tee, you have the makings for an outfit. you say the white t is like a little white dress, right? >> exactly. it's a crew neck, from the gap and you can use it on all open cases. >> the first look is for work. cheryl is modelling for us. the basics, $15 as you said. >> she's really wearing it as a shell. it's not something someone would look at and say, "oh, look at your tee shirt." we have a long blazer from lulu's. because it's tubd in, she's showing off her waist and her silhouette. you just throw in some neutral accessories like the shoes and bag and a few bangels. if she wanted to wear it for night, take off the jacket and add a necklace. >> thank you so much. cheryl, white tee for a barbecue look. for this we have our model lauren. this is
mean it was a nice relief when it came back on." stephanie ritthe...who is pregnant with twins....urvived without electricityy..for seven loog days. ((itchiee "well we spent a couple of nightt in thh basement camping generator."and with no air d a conditioning or computers... ritchie is hoping her b.g.e. bill will be lower. utility officials....say many rrtepayers will seeeanother slight reduction. it's the "distribution" bill.thanks to an orderr..from - maryland's publicservice commission...the longer a customer...went... without power.... thh greater...the credit...on their bill.(gould) "to find the balance between allowing the utility" "to ppomote energy efficieecy.""at the same time, where it's using the revenue that it would be bringing in to reinvest in the system." (rydell) "the monthly distrrbutioo charge idely varies depending on how much eneegy you use. in this case, &pthe customers paid about 45-ddlllrs a month.""which means that if they were without power ffr seven days, they would probably pay about ten dollars lesss"but your utility bill is still... plans t
blasts struck baghdad today, killing at least 21 people. the twin car bombs exploded in an upscale shiite neighborhood during rush hour. the dead included six policemen. 57 other people were wounded. the violence came a week after series of coordinated attacks-- claimed by al-qaeda-- killed more than 100 iraqis. republican presidential candidate mitt romney wrapped up his three-nation overseas tour today in poland. romney met with polish leaders in warsaw today. he cited the country as a model of economic liberty and smaller government, and as a long-time comrade in arms. >> poland has no greater friend and ally than the people of the united states of america. you helped us win our independence. your bravery inspired the allies in the second world war. you helped bring down the iron curtain. and your soldiers fought side by side with ours in iraq and afghanistan. we have fought together. we have died together. >> holman: romney also dismissed criticism of remarks during his trip about the olympics, jerusalem, and israel's economic superiority over the palestinians. he ignored shouted ques
's in twin city start of series. how about 15 strike out. career high. struck out the side in the third. as good as larry was he made a huge mistake. bases loaded in the fourth. clears third career grand slam. take a lead. josh does serious daniel former team this year and continue tonight. second homer of the game two run shot makes it a 1 run a's lead. clinging to the lead in the 9t 9th. insurance single home. 6-3 oakland won 7 of 8. game over 500 just one and a half gyms out of wild card spot. wow! how much would a this meap to you for cardinal pitcher it's worth almost 4 million dollars for now at least. he's decided big money on the table and stay in school for senior year many thought would he good number one in last week major league draft and fell to the pirates at 8 after much thought he said he will pursue professional career afghanistan ford free next yea year. now 2 certainty comes to quarterback breeze. beat you at the football field and negotiating table. breeze and saints have reached an agreement on five year 100 million dollar contract. 60 million said to
. >> totally. the crowd wasn't sure how to react there. >> it happen last night at the twins-tigers game. or on the fourth of july, i should say. yeah. welcome back. >> it's a tough song to sing. let's just say that. >> it is. >>> nancy reagan turns 91 today. the former first lady is taking on a familiar role this election year, as the first lady of the republican party. >> on thursday, mrs. reagan made her first public appearance since a fall left her with broken ribs in april. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: it wasn't perhaps the kind of birthday greeting a 91-year-old might expect. but the reagan presidential ibrary hosting an exhibit from the walt disney archives, the worlds of politics and show business came together, much as they did in the reagan's own lives. mrs. reagan joined robert iger, chairman of the disney company, to open the exhibit. while nancy reagan rarely speaks in public these days, inside the republican party her voice can still be powerful and influential. in the 24 years since her husband left office, nancy reagan's endorsement has been sought by republican
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